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Moving between Tabs in Final Cut Pro



When you have more than one sequence open in Final Cut Pro, and you need to switch to a new Current sequence, there is a great keyboard command to accomplish this. Command + Shift + a Bracket key will toggle between the open sequences. The right bracket key will move to the next tab, and the left to the previous tab. The same key commands will toggle between project tabs and the Effects tab in the Browser, as well as the tabs of the Viewer and Canvas. 

Keyboard commands maximize efficiency, and this is a good one. Even better is when used in combination with the key commands of Command + 1,2,3, or 4, to move between the Viewer, Canvas, Timeline, & Browser.
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